As Reuters reports, “The Trump administration on Monday credited Mexico and Central American countries with helping to cut U.S. border arrests by nearly 60% from a record high earlier this year…” The report also confirms […]
In her article in the NYT, “An antidote to a Shrinking America: Immigration,” Patricia Cohen is right that the U.S. will depend on immigrants in the coming decades. However, what she fails to see is […]
Sometimes the harder you try to change things; the more they remain the same.
In a recent talk at the Ideas Summit of the National Review, Senator Marco Rubio proposed that our nation’s immigration system had to “recalibrated” in favor of highly-skilled workers, especially given the growing economic threat of China.
According to the WSJ, the Democrats have introduced a bill that is going to reignite the battle over immigration. Included in the bill is not only legal status but a path to citizenship, perhaps the most divisive issue in our country today.